Alexander MYSCOUHG

Alexander MYSCOUHG

MYSCOUHG, Alexander Donald. Our hero has fallen. On Friday, January 13, in his 88th year, our husband, dad, Didi and Popski died peacefully surrounded by his loving family. He will be forever missed by Mary, his wife of 64 years, daughters Teena, Judy (Bryan Hayes), and Donna (Tony Huber), and grandchildren Taryn, Lauren, Brock, Brett and Brad. Alex was born in Lachine, Quebec, and at the tender age of nine met Mary, the “girl-next-door”. He attended Central Park School, then Lachine High School, later joining the Bell Telephone Company in Montreal as a linesman. Alex enlisted in the Signal Corps of the Canadian Army and spent 3 years overseas during WW 11, being stationed in the Netherlands, Belgium, England and France. He retired from the Bell after 37 years of service. When asked if you knew Alex, you would always remember his quick wit and sharing the latest jokes. He could really tell a story. Alex and Mary moved to Langley, BC in their early sixties to be closer to the family and enjoyed much travelling throughout many parts of the world while still enjoying sports, music, gardening and fishing. At the Langley Legion he served in the capacity as Service Officer for 10 years. A memorial service will be held on Friday, Jan. 20, 1:30 P.M. at the Langley Legion, 20570 56th Ave., Langley, V3A 3Z1. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Langley Legion would be very much appreciated.


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